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    • Land indenture - Nicholas Oile, Township of Pelham, and his wife Eve Oile to George Oile of Pelham Township, 1815

      1815
      Land indenture, Nicholas Oile, Township of Pelham, and his wife Eve Oile to George Oile of Pelham Township, for 200 acres being, Lot 6 and 7, 1st Concession, Pelham Township, 1815.
    • Photograph Album, 1906-1911

      Vrooman, Marjorie (1906-1911)
      The pictures in the album were taken during the years 1906-1911. The first part of the album is based in the Clyde area. Clyde is a village in the town of Galen in Wayne County, N.Y. The village is located on the Clyde River between Rochester and Syracuse. There is a Syracuse pennant in a couple of photographs and the Parkside Restaurant is featured in one photo. A photograph of “The old home” as well as the gates of a private garden show an Italianate style home. The Vroomans resided on N. Park Street in Clyde. “Five cents a ride – One of Clyde’s wonders” is written under a photograph of the Rochester, Syracuse and Eastern Trolley Station, Clyde, N.Y. Most of the people in the pictures are identified by nickname or first name only. One of the photographs is captioned “school days (book-worms) C.H.S.” The initials probably stand for Clyde-Savannah High School. “Dr.” is the caption under a picture of an older man. This is Marjorie’s father, Dr. Walter Roselle Vrooman. Dr. Vrooman practiced dentistry at the Burton Block in Clyde. He was born in Illinois, but his family moved to Canada where his father was engaged in the mercantile business. Walter Vrooman was educated at St. Catharines Collegiate. He graduated from Toronto Normal School and taught in Ontario. He then went to Toronto University where graduated from the Dental Department. He was 32 when he married Jessie and moved to her hometown of Clyde. “Jessie” is the caption on a picture of an older woman. Jessie Bender L’Amoreaux Vrooman was Marjorie’s mother. Included are photos of the Clyde River and a bridge which is quite possibly the Clyde Bridge.
    • Memorandum to Shareholders of Lincoln Hotel Company Limited, 1957

      1957
      A memorandum to shareholders of the Lincoln Hotel Company Limited. The document includes a brief financial history of the property from its time as the Grand Central Hotel Company Limited to the 1950s.
    • Supplementary Letters Patent - Lincoln Hotel Company Limited, 15 October 1945

      Dunbar, George Harrison (1945-10-15)
      A supplementary Letters Patent from the Province of Ontario for the Lincoln Hotel Company Limited.
    • Lincoln Hotel Company Financial Statement, 1931

      1931
      The financial statement for Lincoln Hotel Company for the year 1931.
    • Grand Central Hotel and Sanatorium Company, Accounts, 1927

      H.T. Jamieson and Company Chartered Accountants (1927)
      A financial statement for 1927 including revenue and expenditures, assets and liabilities for the Grand Central Hotel and Sanatorium Company.
    • Resolutions and Minutes of Grand Central Hotel and Sanatorium Company, Expenditures, January 1900

      Grand Central Hotel and Sanatorium Company Secretary Treasurer's Office (1900)
      The report of the Board of Directors of the Grand Central Hotel and Sanatorium Company to the shareholders. The report includes a list of changes to the façade of the hotel as well as the addition of a ladies reception room. Some of the expenditures include: Interest on Loan, Insurance, Repairs, Betterments, Furniture, etc.
    • Letter from John S. Campbell to F.R. Woods and Company, 20 March 1905

      Campbell, John S. (1905-03-20)
      A letter from John S. Campbell to F.R. Woods Company Real Estate in New York, N.Y. The letter indicates that Campbell is attempting to sell the Grand Central Hotel property. He is attempting to sell the property to "close the Estate of the late Dr. Oille former owner". The price is listed in the letter at $20,000. Included is a response from F.R. Woods Real Estate, stating that they would like to receive more information regarding the property and they would like to know if Campbell would accept "New York property in exchange".
    • Description of the Grand Central Hotel and Sanitorium Company Property, n.d.

      n.d.
      Description of the Grand Central Hotel and Sanitorium Company property on St. Paul Street. Includes a map and sketch showing the footprint of area bounded by St. Paul Street, Chestnut Street and Head Street and includes the Central Fire Hall. There is no date indicated on the sketches or description.
    • Letters Patent Changing Names from the Grand Central Hotel and Sanitorium Company of St. Catharines Limited to Lincoln Hotel Company Limited, 8 March 1928

      1928-03-08
      Letters patent, for the purpose of changing names from the Grand Central Hotel and Sanitorium Company of St. Catharines Limited, to Lincoln Hotel Company Limited, 8 March 1928.
    • Bill of Sale - John S. Campbell to Elizabeth Oille, 16 September 1889

      1889-09-16
      Bill of Sale, John S. Campbell to Elizabeth Oille, 16 September 1889. The bill of sale includes a detailed list of household contents to be settled on Elizabeth (Bessie) Oille on the event of her marriage to John S. Campbell. The contents form the interior furnishing and effects of the home at 92 Queen Street, St. Catharines.
    • Probate, Last Will and Testament of Lucius Sterne Oille, 24 September 1903

      1903-09-24
      Lucius Sterne Oille names his niece, Elizabeth Oille Campbell, executrix. He names Elizabeth Campbell and niece Elizabeth Oille, daughter of Ezra Oille beneficiaries. Dr. Oille also expressed his wishes for a Masonic burial at Victoria Lawn and a burial service of the Church of England.
    • Last Will and Testament of George N. Oille, 23 May 1883

      1883-05-23
      A three page last will and testament of George N. Oille, 23 May 1883. The document states that Jerome B. Oille and Lucius S. Oille are named as executors and Harriet Oille and Jerome B. Oille are beneficiaries.
    • Abstract of Title Town Lot Number 5, North side of Queenston Street, at Calvin Street, 1844-1905

      1844-1905
      An abstract of title for town Lot Number 5, north side of Queenston Street, at Calvin Street in St. Catharines, Ontario. The list covers from 1844 to 1905.
    • Deed - James B. Clendennan to John Ker, 32 Perches, St. Catharines, No. 12959, 8 June 1840

      1840-06-08
      A deed between James B. Clendennan to John Ker for 32 Perches in St. Catharines, Ontario, Lot 18, 6th Concession.
    • Crown grant to Nicholas Oill, (handwritten facsimile), 1797

      1797
      A handwritten facsimile of a Crown grant to Nicholas Oill, 1797.
    • Photograph - Basement (laundry) at 32 Church Street, 13 June 1954

      Sinclair, Don (1954-06-13)
      A black and white photograph of the basement laundry area at 32 Church Street in St. Catharines, Ontario. The image shows a large utility sink, a furnace, some furniture and two windows with bars.
    • Photograph - Basement (main area) at 32 Church Street, 13 June 1954

      Sinclair, Don (1954-06-13)
      A black and white photograph of the basement main area at 32 Church Street in St. Catharines, Ontario. The basement shows some brick footings and the joists for the floor above. There are a few pieces of furniture against one wall and a filing cabinet on another wall.
    • Photograph - Sewing Room at 32 Church Street, 13 June 1954

      Sinclair, Don (1954-06-13)
      A black and white photograph of the sewing room at 32 Church Street in St. Catharines, Ontario. The room contains a few chairs, a light hanging from the ceiling, and a sewing machine on a table.
    • Photograph - Washroom at 32 Church Street, 13 June 1954

      Sinclair, Don (1954-06-13)
      A black and white photograph of the washroom at 32 Church Street in St. Catharines, Ontario. The image shows a sink on a small counter, stool, chair, radiator, and a bathtub. There is wainscoting around the room and a large window with curtains.